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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
What’s one book if everyone read and understood the same way you do, the world would significantly improve?
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Paul Berens
@pmb
Et tu, @dwr.eth?
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Jonny Mack
@nonlinear.eth
thinking, fast and slow
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@keccers.eth
The Bible
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@francos.eth
The Beginning of Infinity by David Deutsch https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10483171-the-beginning-of-infinity
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tldr (tim reilly)
@tldr
Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics
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Agost Biro
@agostbiro
The Book of Job
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Tom Beck
@tombeck.eth
Don Quixote
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derek
@derek
The Bible.
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David Moon
@davidmoon
Zero To One. Need to avoid hyper competition and just focus on what you think is important.
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Linda Xie
@linda
Why We Sleep. If more people understood why and how to get better sleep and prioritized it, would lead to better decisions, relationships, health, productivity, fewer accidents/errors, etc
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@sui
“Bhagavad Gita” Good thing about this book is, it’s made for everyone and it’s not biased for just one community. It answers our all questions regardless of our faith and beliefs in different Gods/ Cultures.
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The Phantom Tollbooth
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Nounish Prof ⌐◧-◧🎩
@nounishprof
going a little political — The War on Normal People — we are going to need UBI 🔜 maybe really soon if AI has a say. It led me to other learning & eventually to an abundance mindset which has dramatically changed my thinking about many things.
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Peter Ferguson
@peterferguson.eth
The Evolution of Cooperation The first few chapters can seem slow and almost repetitive but are necessary for understanding the consequences of later chapters Short book and the outcomes were almost entirely unintuitive to me but also pretty profound https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/366821
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@morereese
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/767680
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Joshua Hyde
@jrh3k5.eth
"Science as a Candle in the Dark", by Carl Sagan. One of the best books I've read that draws parallels between things like alien sightings of today and demonic visitations of the past - illustrating our susceptibilities as humans and the importance of bearing them in mind as we navigate the world.
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Matthew Barton
@mbar
Any poetry book - at some point in time, all of poetry clicked for me at once and it’s all so beautiful to read now. It’s more about your experience as the reader than what’s on the page
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@july
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The Will to Change by Bell Hooks
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